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FDA Food Safety Modernization Act


Title I - Improving Capacity to Prevent Food Safety Problems
  • Sec. 101. Inspection of records
  • Sec. 102. Registration of food facilities
  • Sec. 103. Hazard Analysis and risk-based preventative controls
  • Sec. 104. Performance standards
  • Sec. 105. Standards for produce safety
  • Sec. 106. Protection against intentional adulteration
  • Sec. 107. Authority to collect fees
  • Sec. 108. National agriculture and food defense strategy
  • Sec. 109. Food and Agriculture Coordinating Councils
  • Sec. 110. Building domestic capacity
  • Sec. 111. Sanitary transportation of food
  • Sec. 112. Food allergy and anaphylaxis management
  • Sec. 113. New dietary ingredients
  • Sec. 114. Requirement for guidance relating to post harvest processing of raw oysters
  • Sec. 115. Port shopping
  • Sec. 116. Alcohol-related facilities
Title II - Improving Capacity to Detect and Respond to Food Safety Problems
  • Sec. 201. Targeting of inspection resources for domestic facilities, foreign facilities, and ports of entry; annual report
  • Sec. 202. Laboratory accreditation for analyses of foods
  • Sec. 203. Integrated consortium of laboratory networds
  • Sec. 204. Enhancing tracking and tracing of food and recordkeeping
  • Sec. 205. Surveillance
  • Sec. 206. Mandatory recall authority
  • Sec. 207. Administrative detention of food
  • Sec. 208. Decontamination and disposal standards and plans
  • Sec. 209. Improving the training of State, local, territorial, and tribal food safety officials
  • Sec. 210. Enhancing food safety
  • Sec. 211. Improving the reportable food registry
Title III - Improving the Safety of Imported Food
  • Sec. 301. Foreign supplier verification program
  • Sec. 302. Voluntary qualified importer program
  • Sec. 303. Authority to require import certifications for food
  • Sec. 304. Prior notice of imported food shipments
  • Sec. 305. Building capacity of foreign governments with respect to food safety
  • Sec. 306. Inspection of foreign food facilities
  • Sec. 307. Accreditation of third-party auditors
  • Sec. 308. Foreign offices of the Food and Drug Administration
  • Sec. 309. Smuggled food
Title IV - Miscellaneous Provisions
  • Sec. 401. Funding for food safety
  • Sec. 402. Employee protections
  • Sec. 403. Jurisdiction; authorities
  • Sec. 404. Compliance with international agreements
  • Sec. 405. Determination of budgetary effects




 









































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